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>> ♪ i'd gladly walk across the desert with no shoes upon my feet to share with you the last bite of bread i had to eat i would swim out to save you in your sea of broken dreams when all your hopes are sinking let me show you what love means love can build a bridge between your heart and mine love can build a bridge don't you think it's time? don't you think it's time?
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mmm mmm and i would whisper love so loudly every heart can understand that love and only love can join the tribes of man i would give my heart's desire so that you might see the first step is to realize it all begins with you and me love can build a bridge between your heart and mine love can build a bridge don't you think it's time?
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don't you think it's time? 'cause when we stand together it's our finest hour 'cause we can do anything anything, anything keep believing in the power love can build a bridge between your heart and mine love can build a bridge don't you think it's time? don't you think yes yes, i do now love can build a bridge between your heart and mine
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between your heart and mine love can build a bridge don't you think it's time? don't you think it's time? ♪ [cheering and applause] oprah: wowie, wowie, wowie. all right, y'all, trying to break me down. trying to break me down. thank you, wynonna and naomi, for sharing your lives with us for two decades. bye everybody. oh, thank you. [captioning made possible by king world] [captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org--]
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okay and now it is time for our favorite story of the day. there theres. there it is. >> can we do it again. >> one more time. >> our favorite story of the day. >> four are smart. >> a bit early. bizarre crime in florida, talking about a pair of shoplifters who apparently took the advice never let them see you sweat.
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>> that makes police. >> does it? just a little bit too far. were you heading to a date? >> fort pierce police are looking for two women captured on surveillance video stealing about 75 sticks of deodorant. winn-dixie food market in fort pierce. >> that makes sense. what's a lot. dumped deodorants in their purses. were they heading to a date or something? suzy a big baby, of course. >> got to wonder what you can do with 75 sticks of deodorant. >> sell them on the underground deodorant market. >> how long does it really take to use a stick of deodorant. >> it will last a while. >> time consuming. weighed in at 300 pounds. >> is that all? >> this main activities are eat eating and swimming. >> can't wait to see what his name will be.
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well, the national 10 million suffer from osseo osteoporosis osteoporosis. >> finding clues could be as least si as looking in the mirror. here's jim avila. >> reporter: at 62, renee williams peers into the mirror not out of vanity but to check the strength of her bones. renee doesn't have x-ray vision but she is part of a yale sponge
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spongesored study of postmenopausal women that contends that just by looking at the wrinkles on the surface of your face, a doctor can see what is happening beneath the skin. in your bones. >> going to look at the wrinkles in between your eyes. >> reporter: you are kind of lucky, though, right, you don't have any wrinkles. overtanning or cosmetic surgery and botox won't alter the link. the yale study measures natural wrinkles only and says the deeper they are on a scale of one to six the bigger the chance of bone disease a direct link between aging skin and aging skeleton. >> they have the same collagen, so when the collagen breaks down and you lose bone density, the collagen in the skin, which we can see, breaks down also and causes wrinkling and other changes in the skin thickness. >> reporter: an important discovery that could eliminate the need for expensive across-the-board bone density testing which can cost $350 a patient. instead, postmenopausal women between ages 45 and 58 with heavy wrinkles would be identified as high risk by their doctors with the naked eye. >> it tells them that those people who have a fair amount of
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wrinkles may be ones who also have very low bone density. and might benefit from being treated early. >> reporter: just by looking? >> just by looking at them. >> reporter: vital early treatment because women with osteoporosis suffer most of their bone loss during the first ten years after menopause. jim avila, abc news, new york. >> either the botox is working or you are not a candidate for osteoporosis. >> whoa. you mean your botox that you got. is that what you are saying, daniel? what? interesting they can take a look and tell what is going on. >> coming up, the physical problems that are sidelining tiger woods. and also a member of the kardashian family that's putting a lot of extra skin into the skinny. you will not believe this. we couldn't believe it. we have it all coming up for you. that is next.
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♪ skinny ♪ ♪ so skinny ♪ >> glad you have the first story. >> pretty incredible actually
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-- a lot made of people exposing things perhaps when they shouldn't be. >> intentionally or unintentionally. >> intentionally or unintentionally. >> khloe kardashian was a guest on "fox and friends" on the fox network. a bit of a slip up that happened right here. she was wearing this blouse. a slip up. she is there with sister kourtney. >> we blurred it. we cannot show it without a hefty fine. we are not that kind of show, daniel. apparently she sat there with this expose ed situation, a la janet jackson. does that let you know what is going on. for a full minute. >> nobody knew what to say probably. they were sort of embarrassed. not sure what they were looking at. >> they're thinking ratings, awesome. >> so they let it go for a long time. then they came up and told her, perhaps she is exposing more than she meant to. khloe didn't mind too much. she tweeted and said no big deal. she wasn't all that roughed up. >> very breezy sort of an outfit. >> yes. >> there has to be a transition between nipple exposure and tiger woods.
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>> you said nipple. >> he pulled out of the u.s. open. he struggled with, an injury to his left leg for quite a while. been trying to rehabilitate, medial collateral ligament and a mild strain of his achilles tendon. he won't be playing in the u.s. open. 22 tournaments he has not had a win. he slipped to 15th in the world. so clearly his career has taken a turn for the worse since the scandal. >> let's face it since the whole scandal, really, came out about he's never been the same. his game has never been the same. never been able to bring elegance and sportsmanship to golf he used to. the whole sport in general has suffered because of it. >> yeah, absolutely. he is a big draw for the tournaments. they love to have him come out. >> guess who just graduated from high school makes us feel old and underaccomplished she has done so much. just graduating from high school. dakota fanning, just getting her diploma after, working her way through, both high school and tinseltown and done a great job of that.
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she is 17 years old. been in every movie. worked with every actor. >> one of the twilight movies, not mistaken. not a big twilight fan. she was in one of the twilight movies. >> yes, she was. >> her family is a group of actors. look at her, this is not recently. >> this was a while ago. she would be very young 17. this is a while ago with barbara walters. she is now a grownup. graduating from high school. we want to say -- congratulations to her. >> let's go back to the acting world again with january jones, one of the stars of "mad men" evidently, damon lindeloff has criticized her acting says she kind of stinks. >> she is not a very good actress. he is not the only one criticizing. there is damon, one of the co-creators of "lost." apparently this is a common thought. >> yes, some one had something to say about this. >> she is not nice. she can act nice. she has been rude. called her out. it was very uncomfortable. >> not even good at acting nice. >> not good at acting nice.
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and damon lindeloff says not good at acting period. getting ugly for january. >> when we come back -- >> hold on tight computer geeks. it is video game-palooza. >> do you need me for this? game-palooza. >> do you need me for this?
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"hey wri l and olay floats above lines and makes you look younger. can your anti-aging makeup do that? simply ageless from olay and easy, breezy beautiful, covergirl.
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here's some stories to watch today on abc news. members of opec discuss pressures on the oil industry today. one analyst predicts production may increase to ease prices, some members may call for raising the cost of crude oil. president obama visits a community college in suburban washington, d.c. to promote his policy for manufacturers. he'll focus on boosting employment at factories. two gop presidential candidates will be in new hampshire today. newt gingrich will screen his new documentary. rick santorum has a number of campaign stops statewide. and finally today, the story our tech geeks have been waiting for all morning lon. i don't know any tech geeks. owning day of the e3 expo in los angeles finally here. kind of like christmas. >> it kind of is.
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a good way to put it. video game companies around the world were on hand for the day's -- the first day's big announcements including what is next for nintendo wii. kabc's rob hayes has a look. wish i was there. >> reporter: in video games, speed and agility are assumed. with video gamers -- >> whoo! >> reporter: -- it's not. but when the doors first opened at electronic entertainment expo, enthusiasm could be the extra "e" to add to e-3 as well as -- >> enormous. >> reporter: and it is enormous. every year the gaming expo swallows up the entire l.a. convention center. the biggest video game companies from around the world, e.a., microsoft, all showing off their latest bells and whistles. >> oh, it's outrageous. there's nothing like e-3. it's just gamers everywhere. everyone coming to do the same thing which is just re-fall in love with games. >> reporter: all the bright lights and big noise don't mean anything without any big announcements, and there certainly was
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a big announcement from nintendo. wii fans get ready to chuck your nunchucks. a new system with a tablet-sized controller is in the works -- it's called the wii-u. >> it functions like a traditional controller but it also has a 6.2-inch screen built right inside of it. >> reporter: outside gaming nintendo says it can serve as a secondary web browser, video chat tool, even acting as a scale so gamers can weigh themselves. >> it will be backward compatible with wii games and certainly wii input devices. >> reporter: nintendo hasn't said how much it will charge for the wii-u. and you will have to wait a wee bit longer before one lands in your living room. nintendo's launch date simply some time after april of next year. >> whoo! rob hayes reporting for abc news. >> you can hardly contain your enthusiasm. for all this. >> that was a lot of enthusiasm.
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c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c c this morning on "world news now" -- political pressure. what is next for congressman anthony weiner after a sexting scandal involving several women? the ethics investigation he faces and what voters have to say about his future. it's wednesday, june 8th. good morning, everyone. i'm peggy bunker. >> and i'm daniel sieberg in for rob nelson. anthony weiner faces plenty of tough questions, not the least of which coming from his wife. why did he lie about the lewd pictures? will he find any support among fellow democrats as he tries to put the scandal behind him during an ethics investigation? >> oh, dear, no end to this. and, you know, you just have to ask yourself what would they be doing if we weren't
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focusing on the scandal. maybe they would be working. >> a lot of voters feeling cheated by him, wasting his time on other things. >> perhaps on this. and now a lot of people paying attention to it. nancy pelosi and there you go. also ahead, the desperate search for an indiana university student missing since friday. now while police suspect foul play, loved ones in her hometown pray for her safe return. really heartbreaking interviews there from her parents and friends who have been looking for her. hopefully some sort of news about her disappearance. >> yeah, absolutely hoping for the best there. later this half-hour, here it is. food from your childhood. >> white bread. there you go -- sticks to your dental work. >> marking a major milestone for store bought sliced white bread. we'll look at the unremarkable taste. cheap ingredients, and the bread's place in history. i feel that if you soak this is water, you could probably like fill in the grout in your tub or something, you know? filler. >> mash it, shape it. put it into -- it's like playdough really. >> really. >> okay. first back to work.
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the mounting political pressure on congressman anthony weiner to step down. no democrats have expressed support. now republicans are dehanding he resign. >> standing alone, donald trump was especially outspoken calling weiner a "bad guy" and a "psycho. "what's ahead for the new york congressman? here's john carl. >> reporter: even as he made his emotional confession anthony weiner made it clear he is going to fight to stay in congress. >> i'm not resigning. i don't see anything that i did that violated any rules of the house. i don't see anything that violated my oath of office to uphold the constitution. >> reporter: but weiner stands alone. the mood of democrats summed up by senate majority leader harry reid. >> i know congressman weiner. i wish there was some way i could defend him, but i can't. >> reporter: democrats are worried about even more shoes dropping. as gossip websites churn with allegations of new women and more photos they're asking did he do any of this from his congressional office? that question, there may be an answer from megan broussard, the texas woman who showed abc news the lewd photographs and
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messages weiner sent to her. how often do you talk? >> we talked. i mean, he would instant message me every day. >> reporter: broussard's phone shows she received a two-minute phone call from weiner's official office in his new york district may 1th. but does it matter? house ethics manual says congressional computers must be used for official business. but there is a loophole, allowing for, quote, incidental personal use. but weiner may have run afoul of the very first house ethics rule which says members shall reflect credibly on the house. >> this is a twitter hoax, a prank that was done. i am a victim of it, the poor girl is the victim of it. >> reporter: the problem for weiner is not that he repeatedly lied but how he did it. look how he lashed out at us last week. >> is it inappropriate for a member of congress to be following young women on their twitter accounts? from not even from their district. you know, several young women on your account.
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40,000 people follow you and a couple -- >> it is really outrageous. the implication is outrageous. first of all -- no, no, no -- if you ask the question it is outrageous. i have the right to say. it's outrageous. but your question had a charged supposition, do you think there is anything wrong with following young women on twitter? do you really think that is a fair question? i mean, do you? >> despite all the pressure it is unclear how much weiner's constituents care about all of this. a new marist poll of registered voters in new york city showed that 51% said he should not resign. only 30% said he should. jonathan carl, abc news, washington. the ego there is pretty offensive now that you know the truth to see how am mant he was and we were inappropriate asking the question, media as a whole. >> knowing what we know how looking back on how adamant he was, defiant. it's uncomfortable. >> he has never been a shy congressman that is for sure the now it is even more highlighted for sure. >> well, a new mexico man could
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face jail over a controversial billboard. it shows the man holding the outline of a baby and the words -- this would have been a picture of my 2-month-old baby if the mother had decided not to kill our child. >> a county official has ordered the message removed after the girlfriend claimed it was harassment. friends say the woman lost the baby to miscarriage and not an abortion. bed chairman ben bernanke is optimistic about the economic outlook despite fears of a double dip recession. bernanke predicted the economy will pick up in the second half of all the year and he did acknowledge that growth has been slower than expected but says the recovery will come as gas prices moderate and also the impact of the disaster in japan eases. don't count on your employer to provide your health insurance benefits in the years to come. a survey of employers shows 30% of them will stop offering health insurance plans three years from now. that's when provisions of the new federal health care reform law go into effect. a consultant surveyed 1,300 employers, and about one-third plan to phase out their health benefit plans in 2014. >> scary. an hour's long standoff in louisiana ended with three
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people dead. police were on the scene after an insurance agent shot and killed two unarmed fraud investigators. the agent then took his own life. he had been cited a couple of times on fraud allegations. the investigators were attempting to collect information from the agent when he opened fire. a garbage bag, the main focus of forensic testimony in the casey anthony trial yesterday. the bag is important to the case because defense attorneys say rotting garbage was the reason anthony's car smelled bad. the prosecution says it was coming from a decomposing body. police in indiana say they fear a missing college student has been the victim of foul play. lauren spear's parents have joined in the search for their daughter. back in her new york hometown. family and friends gathered to pray. jim dolan of our new york station wabc was there. ♪ >> reporter: a community embracing scarsdale spread over us the shelter of your peace they sang. but peace is so hard to come by now.
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>> to be embraced by the open arms of her family and her friends. >> they're members of our congregation. all we can do is help and pray for them. >> under the bushes i think like this. >> reporter: 800 miles away in bloomington, indiana, friends, and family search for 20-year-old college student lauren spear who was partying with friend early friday morning and decided to go home. she never arrived. >> when somebody at 4:30 in the morning, no shoes, and has earlier been drinking goes out and just disappears off a street corner, and, you know we feel like that certainly could be foul play involved. >> a loving girl. very close with her mother. spoke to her mother every day. >> lauren's family came down immediately and has enlisted an army of friends to help search for her. >> lauren is a child and a person that is full of life,
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always on the go, fun to be with, had a very large circle of friends, both boys and girls. >> she could be anywhere. it's scary. >> reporter: family and friends and police say they will continue to search, but even they acknowledge now that as the days pass, so does hope of finding lauren alive. in scarsdale, new york, abc news, jim dolan. >> we'll continue to follow the story. all right. libyan leader moammar gadhafi is as defiant as ever. even after hours of damaging nato air strikes on his compound. there were at least 40 explosions yesterday which sent plumes of smoke rising above the capital and more strikes heard overnight. gadhafi vowed never to surrender saying, quote, he will not kneel. in south america, a volcano in chile is belching up so much ash, it's actually grounding air traffic in argentina. the thick plume canceled flights in and out of
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buenos aires in argentina and much of the rest of the country. some airports will remain closed until sunday. the soot is coating streets and ski slopes in argentina while evacuations are expanding in chile. the first named storm of the hurricane season developed in the eastern pacific. yes, it's that time of year. tropical storm adrian is now churning about 350 miles south of acapulco. forecasters say adrian's 45-mile-an-hour winds could strengthen but the storm will probably not make landfall. here is today's heat warning. it is going to feel like august today from parts of the midwest all the way to new england. that makes it rough on the roads. in fact, it was so hot in parts of the south and midwest yesterday, that roads there buckled. and that of course caused all types of traffic tie-ups as you can imagine. make sure to drink some water and get ready because we have more of the heat lined up for the day. >> got my water right here. >> there you go. give me that. >> speaking of weather. here is your wednesday weather. the soaring temperatures are triggering heat advisories in from virginia to here in new york. hazy, hot, sticky, humid, you name it all the way done to the gulf coast.
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gusty winds. hail around minneapolis, milwaukee, des moines. thunderstorms along the gulf coast. >> 90, new orleans, up to new york. chicago hits hot 94. indianapolis, 93. kansas city, 89. 97, phoenix. 80, sacramento. 65, seattle. this next story is a little bit gross. >> sort of. i side with you on that. >> you can say some restaurant patrons in san francisco are hopping mad this morning. >> oh, boy, that is they cannot get the grasshoppers at a favorite local mexican restaurant. they were one -- i can't even look at that. they were one of the most items on the menu then the health department said, no can do. then the health department stepped in said no can do. >> yeah, no more grasshoppers because the place, they have been buying them from in mexico isn't fda approved. duh? of course not. it's in mexico, people. >> the unhappy owner says he may just have to start raising his own delicious grasshoppers. and, by the way, he says they taste like, everybody altogether now, chicken. >> chicken. >> they all taste like -- in i was going to try it because
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it tastes like chicken. >> people there that eat them say they're crunchy and have a certain flavor to them they really like and obviously sort of rare to find a grasshopper taco. >> it's all about the tex tire apparently. >> uh-huh. we'll be right back, everyone. jimmy, no tacos. no? no?
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and now to a story that is just wrong on so many levels. a blind woman from denver and her service dog were trying to get into a taxi when the cabbie said the dog could not ride in the car. >> tough for us dog lovers. to talk about this story. she was late for an appointment, so the cabbie gave her another
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option, the trunk. here's kmgh's mark stewart. >> reporter: this black lab named alberto isn't just a best friend, he is judy brown's life line. >> if something happened to him. i would just die. >> reporter: trained as a service dog, he has been helping judy who is blind for the last four years. >> he would do everything for me. you know, except for open my refrigerator. >> reporter: about a month ago she called a cab. when she walked out front with alberto, the driver from union taxi had this message. >> and he said, no dogs in my cab. >> reporter: the driver said he was allergic to dogs and gave her this ultimatum. >> he can ride in the back. i asked him where in the back? and he said in the trunk. >> reporter: late for an appointment, judy reluctantly agreed. >> i never hear my dog whine or cry. ever. ever. and i knew it was terribly wrong. >> reporter: we found colorado law protects service dogs and their owners allowing them to ride together in taxis. >> a service dog is an appliance
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similar to a wheelchair. would you deny them a wheelchair? >> reporter: we checked with union taxi. the driver has been suspended and fined by the state. but judy is scared. she's been afraid to travel with alberto ever since. >> i have lost my independence. and i do not like it. it makes me angry. and i want it back. >> i feel like maybe the driver should spend some time in the trunk. >> in the trunk. that is not good. i mean especial lyly for a service dog, most people understand they can go to restaurants, they can get on the plane. they can go anywhere the person needs to go. that's what they're trained to do. >> a good reminder with the heat don't take your dog in the car. a short trip. too hot. >> lots of water. >> lots of water. >> just a little reminder. >> coming up, a type of food maybe some dogs would like. a real slice of history, let's say. >> a big milestone for store bought white bread that never seems to go stale. we'll take a fresh look at these loaves after this. loaves after this. hat never seems to go stale. we'll take a fresh look at these loaves after this.
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all right. when you think about white bread, it probably brings back a lot of memories to your childhood. doctors say you can't eat this, no good for you. like the equivalent of a twinkie, it's not good. white bread though is celebrating its 50th birthday. >> pretty much the coolest thing to happen to the baking world since sliced bread it does have its naysayers. the bbc has more on bread's big day. >> the age old process grandmama learned from her grandma to give us our daily bread, the staff of life. >> reporter: 50 years ago, british scientists transformed baking. they took the white sliced loaf and turned it into the modern plastic-wrapped loaf as we know it today. softer, longer lasting, so how does it compare with bread made the old-fashioned way?
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>> oh, look at what it is. new bread. >> reporter: i've got three types of bred. >> yeah. >> reporter: tell me the one you like best. >> that tastes like shop bread. that one tastes fresh. >> reporter: which one is best? >> this one. >> reporter: which one do you prefer? >> this one. >> sticks to the roof of your mouth. it's processed. >> reporter: it is called the charlie wood process, you take the normal flour, water and add lots of extra yeast, a cocktail of chemicals and then vigorously mix in a machine. and in two hours, the bread that always wins the squeeze test and always lasts more than twice as long a masterpiece of british technology. it is 40% softer, lasts twice as long, and cheaper. the old slow ways were gone in an instant. >> they began to realize they
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were on to something special. and it would have far reaching effects where breadmaking was concerned. >> really stretch it, as well. pull that down. >> reporter: but paul barker says it isn't real bread. he gave me a lesson in baking. his bread is allowed to rise slowly, which he says makes it tastier, easier to digest and it's missing the chemicals that in his former life he used as an industrial baker. >> we would use emulsifiers, oxidants, and you would also add enzymes. they're not actually declared on the ingredient list. >> reporter: people think it is too industrial a process? >> it's not an industrial process. it is a mechanical process. there are some additional, and they're to give the product a little bit of shelf life, to give it a little bit of softness. really all it is doing is
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augmenting what is there in the natural process. ♪ >> the squeeze test from the youngest lady. >> reporter: and it's not just the plastic wrapped stuff. 80% of britain's bread is now made the charlie wood way. bread campaigners may hate it. but more than 30 countries have adopted the method. britain has changed the way the world bakes. david slitto bbc, news. enriched flour. barley flour. niacin. reduced iron. >> sound like you are chewing gum though. if you could turn your bread into a hackysack, it's probably not good for you. >> do bread sculptures. >> bread like this, peanut butter and jelly. one of our producers, claudia, said that a hot dog or maybe a weiner. >> a weiner would go good with your bread. >> that's right. so it's very tasty. true it does stick to your dental work. >> jimmy, easy. >> get into a bread fight. >> all right. >> who knew? >> i didn't know you were a baker. >> daniel. >> candlestick maker. >> stop it! >> all right.
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all right. >> but, thanks. >> don't play with your food. that's right. >> we'll be right back. >> don't play with your food. that's right.
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>> announcer: "world news now" delivers your morning papers. yes, indeed. maybe you have heard of this anthony weiner story. >> once or twice. >> sort of here and there. wienergate going on. >> here and there. >> a story from "usa today" talking about spirit airlines, they're capitalizing on all the talk around the weiner. >> so politically incorrect. >> a little. they have come with this $9 fare, a round trip fare. >> airfare. >> low cost. ultra low cost airline the you can see the ad there. weiner sale with fares too hard to resist. >> where do you get to go for $9. laguardia to jfk. >> ft. lauderdale to orlando. >> cruise on the taxiway. >> charge you $25 for your luggage. you come down. they're creative with their ads and they're very gutsy too
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because they're sort of risque. the weiner sale. just 9 bucks. hey, they're talking about this fountain in connecticut. put in this wonderful fountain. cost the town $11 million to put in the fountain, new london, connecticut. pride and joy of the town. you see it right there. a whale's tail. fun for the kids to run through. that sort of thing. that's the intention of the whale's tail. however, sadly this is what it's being used for -- do we have the flush sound effect. that's what it is being used for. many people are stopping by to use it as a gieptsdz bidet. some have used it for a lather up. bit of a shower. it's causing problems with the suds and left over, you know, issues from the toilet. >> slightly unsanitary. >> so they're now saying it is an $11 million toilet and the people of new london connecticut, are offended and don't know what to do with the whale's tail. >> a whale of a tale. let's move on to story out of "the orlando
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sentinel." a bear, speaking of taking a dip. >> got bear naked. >> bear naked. >> this black bear in florida decided he was a little toasty. so he took a dip in this woman's backyard spa and tub. you can see it there. he wandered off at some point. nobody got hurt. now the woman has to worry about squirrels taking advantage of the hole in her screen. >> if you look at the bear and the dip. in florida they have the gnats. those tiny little bugs and they screen in their balance. and it climbed through there to get at the water, that's how hot. saying how hot is it? >> it's so hot a bear took a dip in my backyard. >> in your pool. take a look at photos from nasa, they have just released these photos of the shuttle docked at the space station. they're really incredible. they're never before seen and these image ss shown from the inc. defr dock eded at the international space station taken from the soyuz. >> exactly. soyuz.
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n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n this morning on "world news now," arizona inferno. the raging fires burning down forests and forcing thousands to evacuate their homes. >> but the flames are not the only problem. the smoke is now polluting the air thousands of miles away. it's wednesday, june 8th. all right. good morning. i'm daniel sieberg. rob nelson is on assignment. >> and i'm peggy bunker. s it heartbreaking for families in eastern arizona who have been ordered out of their hometowns in the mountains. firefighters are facing a battle because wind gusts are spreading the flames faster than they can fight them. so many evacuations. people have had to grab what
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they can and get out quickly because the winds are no help. to make things worse, we have the heat wave, no rain in sight. >> fortunately, no one hurt or injured or killed at this point. but a lot of people worried. >> buildings burned down. >> some buildings burned down so we hope they can get that under control at some point. also ahead, the mounting political pressure on congressman anthony weiner admitting sending lewd pictures to women he met on the internet. is this a new form of adultery, we ask you. we want to know what you think. and, you know one expert said would you do this with your spouse looking over your shoulder? you know think of that as the criteria if it is cheating or adultery. >> that's good. i leak that. flip it around. maybe some guys say that's not cheating. what if it was your wife who was tweeting that same picture, maybe you would consider it adultery. >> not always just the guys. >> takes two. later this half hour, the latest survey on popular diets. oh, boy, it is beach season. well, which one works best? you actually might be surprised about this. we do sort of break it down, and analyze which one is going to work to get you into that bikini. >> you did the 17-day diet. correct? >> yes, i did. and i did lose a few pounds there which i'm quick lyly working on gaining back.
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there you go. >> i think i searched on amazon once and there were tens of thousands of diet books out there. >> yes. very easy to sell a diet book but it depends on which diet works for some folks and doesn't work for others. >> the digital diet as a diet book. >> i've heard of that book. >> have you? >> i know the author. >> maybe we'll talk to him late ever. >> crews are working through the night to keep homes in eastern arizona from going up in flames. >> now, that fire which has burned out of control since may 29th is now the second largest in arizona state history. diana alvear is joining us this morning with the latest. good morning, diana. >> reporter: peggy and daniel, good morning. this is a very fast-moving fire. in fact, officials have described it as erratic. and days after it started, they are no closer to getting it under control. the smoke is visible from several states away. arizona's wallo fire has grown, prompting the governor to declare a state of emergency. winds died down, but they're forecast to pick back up to more than 30 miles an hour. that coupled with extreme heat and dry conditions, and it's easy to see why authorities say
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the fire is threatening to spill over the state's border. that has forced crews in new mexico to cut down trees and carve out fire lines. many residents aren't waiting to see what happens. they're loading up their vehicles with what few possessions they can pack. >> mainly, birth certificates, et cetera. i'm only getting what's important right now. it's like panic attack. i already had to help my mom in alp pine back up all her things and there was no time. >> reporter: firefighters are having better luck battling flames in southeastern airs. while the horseshoe two fire has spread over 162 square miles, officials say it is at least 55% contained. however, that won't change the forest services plans to close the coronado national forest this thursday. >> we have some other fire managers who have been on the force for over 0 years and have never seen anything like it.
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>> they say having two monster fires so early in the season may mean a very busy and very dangerous summer lies ahead. considering, we're barely into june. peggy, daniel. all right, diana, thank you. well, america is in the grip of a spring heat wave. in the upper midwest it was so hot that the road pavement there was buckling. there should be more of that today as heat and humidity push temperatures towards triple digits. today the chicago area will have some of its hottest readings in nearly five years. and it's not much better for the millions across the mid-atlantic region. an excessive heat watch is already in effect for the area around philly. schoolkids there are getting out early today because of the heat. the scorching readings will reach all the way into new england. >> we'll be feeling it here in new york as well already. >> today and tomorrow going to be very hot. >> sticky, steamy weather. the northeast will sizzle yet another day. midwest feels a little relief. >> time now to check is with jim dickey at accuweather. good morning, jim. >> thank you, peggy and daniel. the heat has been on here,
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especially across the eastern two-thirds of the nation. since we turned the calendar to june 1, more than 1,000 records have fallen. a number fell tuesday as well. for example, minneapolis climbed to 103 smashing the record high there. the difference on our wednesday here, we watch the heat surge in the northeast. widespread 90s expected. we'll be at 95 degrees in new york city. climbing to 92 in pittsburgh. 90 on the nose, buffalo, syracuse. good news is, there is some relief on the way eventually. it will take its time getting hire. it's working in the northern plains on our wednesday. cold front will bring severe weather perhaps as far south as chicago. but still staying steamy out ahead of it. once again, 94 in chicago. peggy, daniel. had back to you. >> thank you, jim. in missouri inmates joined the battle to keep floodwaters from the small town of craig. they filled hundreds of sandbags and also heavy machines were brought in to build a second temporary levee. flooding expected to last for weeks, perhaps even months as the army corps of engineers releases water from farther upstream. overseas to libya where a defiant moammar gadhafi vows never to surrender even after
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most punishing air strikes to date. at least 40 thunderous daylight attacks sent plumes of smoke above the libyan leader compound in tripoli. explosions continued into the early hours this morning. now to the growing terror threat in yemen where violence continues to escalate. it turns out that president saleh was much more seriously wounded than reported before he left the country. and the situation on the ground is so dangerous the elite u.s. forces there have been given new orders. here is martha raddatz. >> reporter: we saw them ourselves during a recent visit to yemen, american special forces darting from our cameras but clearly training yemeni forces to kill or capture al qaeda terrorists. now that effort has been halted. the chaos in yemen is growing. with the president fleeing yemen after an attack. he is now fighting for his life with burns across nearly half his body. diane sawyer asked general david petraeus and robert gates about
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yemen. what do we do about al qaeda now in yemen? >> well, i think we maintain the focus. >> a new special forces strategy. >> there is one already, i can assure you. >> when we find them, we take them out. >> reporter: but that strategy using armed drones to hunt terrorists is now threatened as well. the chaos in yemen means intelligence gathering and coordination for the drones is far more difficult. and it is vitally important to america in its efforts to find the world's most dangerous terrorist, who uses his perch in yemen to influence terror around the globe. martha raddatz, abc news, washington. german chancellor angela merkel returns home from the u.s. with a special souvenir. president obama awarded merkel the presidential medal of freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor, presentation at the state dinner in the white house rose garden. merkel grew up in communist east germany, the president praised her for overcoming the past and pointing toward a brighter future. >> airlines are doing a better
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job of not leaving passengers stuck on the tarmac hours on end. the government says the delays have largely disappeared. after new rules went into effect about a year ago, the department of transportation has threatened to fine the airlines up to $27,000 per passenger if they were kept on the tarmac for longer than three hours. and who hasn't been there, done that. >> absolutely. well, basketball players aren't flying anywhere yet. they're staying in dallas. nba finals will go to at least game six thanks to last night's heroics by the dallas mavericks. the mavs were down again in the fourth quarter. they outscored the heat 21-9 over the game's final ten minutes desperation shot by miami wasn't even close. tossing up some air. mavs win 86-83. series tied two games each. ame five is thursday night. boy, these have been all tight, exciting games. >> really good series. >> yeah. >> you know it's really nice to watch the series. everybody thought the heat would take it. here come the mavs. >> it's been competitive.
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all right. now of course back to the political sex scandal that we cannot stop talking about. it's wienergate, of course. continues to go on. the congressman of course
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admitted to exchanging those risque photos which, by the way, kelly ripa saw this picture yesterday and said, i thought it was me. hairless, muscular. >> very self-deprecating on the air. weiner claims he never physically met any of the women which begs the question is this a new way to cheat online or with your avatar? here is claire shipman. >> reporter:s it titillating, tawdry, inappropriate. but does cybersex like this qualify as cybercheating? >> technology has opened up whole new avenues for cheating. the motivation is the same, but the pathway is different. >> i am deeply sorry. >> reporter: anthony weiner despite his mea culpa seems to insist there is a line he did not cross. >> to be clear, i have never met any of these women or had physical relationships at any time. i never met any of these women. i never had any physical relationship whatsoever. >> reporter: it reminds us of someone else who struggled with
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convenient definitions in the pre-facebook era. >> i did not have sexual relations with that woman. ms. lewinsky. >> reporter: the new rules according to experts, physical contact is no longer required for vow breaking. >> if you are using the sexting to keep a secret from another person, then, yes, it is cheating. >> reporter: indeed, the question of whether sexting can be cheating provokes passion on line. heavy on the absolutely and the hell yeses. we put the question on our facebook page and had hundreds of responses in the first hour. most voted for cheating. therapists and divorce lawyers say techno-straying is booming and has a pull for men like weiner. >> high-powered men who sext do it because of power. they want the reassurance that they're desirable, powerful, and sexually attractive, and that's the motivation. >> reporter: the ultimate judge of course of this breach is weiner's wife, huma abedin.
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he says she says they won't split up. but friends say she is devastated. can a marriage recover from cyber infidelity? yes, it's the same hard slog as experts say with physical infidel team. it starts with understanding that something has been done wrong and then attempting to work out the psychological issues. claire shipman, abc news, washington. boy, this is definitely a heated debate. we have been hearing from a lot of people. we've actually posted on our fan page, wnnfans.com. we want to know what you think about that. stop by and let us know if you think it is cheating. i think you feel like it is cheating if it is to you. if it is somebody else, no big deal. but it's in your relationship, it probably would feel like that >> if huma abedin and anthony weiner stay together married less than a year, i think the anniversary present for huma could be pretty decent.
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>> as a taxpayer i feel like he cheated. i think the people who pay his salary feel like he cheated. >> cheated on something. >> a big waste of time. >> a rare look inside a special jet used by the government. >> we will go on board the military's doomsday plane. find out why we cannot show you all of this plane. very interesting. don't miss it. you are watching "world news now." news now." n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n
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ready to scramble in five minutes. so everybody is standing by ready to fly? >> all the time. constantly there is at least one alert airplane waiting to get airborne. >> reporter: it has shields all alongside the wall, thermal radiation shields and electromagnetic pulse shields in the event of a nuclear attack this plane is defended. it is a 747 that can travel 40 miles per hour faster than commercial counterparts at 620 miles per hour. and it never has to land to refuel. so what is the calculation of how long this plane could stay up and survive? >> it is classified. but it's days. >> reporter: the plane was last airborne in a crisis situation during the 9/11 attacks. in the center of the plane, a flying command post, a team engaged in realtime worldwide surveillance so secret we can't show you. we can't show it to you. it doesn't exactly look like the movies.
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but this plane that can command a nuclear retaliation is big on electronics, short on amenities. this is the secretary in his quarters. >> you can see it's got a couple of bunks in there. a number of seats. he can hold a conference if he wants to. he does not have a shower. >> reporter: no? >> no shower. just a little bathroom, a couple sinks, but no shower so -- >> reporter: every man for himself. >> a shortcoming. every man for himself. you bet. >> it's like being fedexed. it is a very nice way to travel. it's fairly spartan. but no windows or anything. >> the doomsday plane. is that what you call it? >> that's what they call it. >> reporter: and everywhere you turn, there are people upstairs, a full maintenance crew always on standby. in another room, forces with fearsome weapons who will be standing guard all guard the plane when we land. there is a precision tech team shepherding the sensitive audio technology. these guys can get you an encoded phone call to anywhere.
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so you are god's answer to can you hear me now? >> pretty much. pretty much. give us a phone number of anybody, any time any place on the earth and we can get ahold of them. >> reporter: no matter there are few places for anyone to sleep. it is enough that one of its astonishments is there under a pile of equipment, a cable that can drop and send instructions down to submarines. you are kidding me. a five-mile wire out the back. >> drops it down and transmits message traffic to u.s. submarine. >> encoded messages. >> encodes messages to u.s. submarines. >> wow. night watch, standing by for an awful possibility. designed and manned by the best. hoping we will never face the worst. thank you. i'm sorry to wake you up, you really need the sleep. >> the tech guy in me loves that there's special air-conditioning to keep the electronics cooled. >> they need it. did you see all that?
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very impressive. we'll be right back. r-conditioning to keep the electronics cooled. >> they need it. see all that. very impressive. we'll be right back. yo, my friend -- come on down here. what do you think about that proglide? yeah, this is great. it feels good on my sensitive skin. i don't feel like i'm shaving. [ male announcer ] fusion proglide is engineered with gillette's thinnest blades ever it feels like it's doing the work for me. [ male announcer ] so it glides for less tug and pull. it was smooth. this was fantastic. i'm having way too much fun with this razor. [ male announcer ] turn shaving into gliding with fusion proglide. i'm a believer. he is a believer! yeah! [ male announcer ] gillette fusion proglide.
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♪ take it away ♪ ♪ take it away yeah ♪ ♪ bright flashes slow glasses ♪ now now get up sing a song for the messes till the sun rise you thank god for the journey when you realize ♪ >> where did you hide the cake by the way? m&ms? >> oh, no. this is really good in the middle of the night. m&ms. >> keep you awake. finally, every diet promises weight loss. it wouldn't be called a diet if it didn't. but which one in the best? >> well, "u.s. news & world report" has announced the best diets on the market. all i'm saying the 17-day, a good bet. lara spencer looked at other ones and broke it down. >> jennifer hudson here before weight watchers. >> atkins, you lose weight fast. you can eat differently.
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jenny craig. >> i'm marie osmond. >> reporter: with so many diet plans on the market. >> from the baby food diet to the small fork diet to the don't eat until you are dead diet. >> reporter: starting a diet can be harder than picking a winning horse. >> people really are desperate to look a certain way and to be healthier and that makes us really susceptible to all the gimmicks out. >> reporter: so "u.s. news & world report," known for ranking the best hospitals and colleges turned their expertise to the diet wars. >> what we've really done is tried to cut through some of that hype and misinformation and get at the facts on these 20 diets. >> reporter: in fact, 22 health experts of every stripe tackled 20 different diet plans looking at their nutritional value, proven results, cost and ease. so who made the list? >> should i cut carbs, should i cut out dairy, should i exercise more? should i eat less? >> reporter: if you want to lose weight and keep it off, their pick. weight watchers. the plan lets you eat almost
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anything as long as you don't go over allotted points every day. tied for second, jenny craig a plan where you eat prepackaged meals and attend weekly support groups. and the raw food diet where dieters eat only uncooked foods primarily all vegan, no meat, eggs or animal products. for a healthy heart they pick the ornish diet, it's a high fiber, low fat, vegetarian diet created by dr. dean ornish to reverse heart disease. the dash diet took the prize for best overall. it's low fat, low sodium. developed by scientists to lower blood pressure, good for diabetics too, lots of fruit, veggies, fish, poultry, nuts and low and no fat dairy products. the bottom line, the less restrictive the diet, the more likely you'll stick to it. >> how about that? 17-day diet nowhere to be found. clearly you don't need it. guys never do. >> i'm on the see food diet. >> most guys are. most guys eat food, eat food. eat good. >> the diet worked for you.
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>> really disgusting. how about 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this morning on "world news now," springtime sizzle. record heat, so intense it caused highways to melt. >> from the midwest to the southeast to here in the northeast, the heat and humidity of summer has arrived very early. it's wednesday, june 8th. good morning. i'm daniel sieberg. rob nelson is on assignment. >> and i'm peggy bunker. summer officially arrives the week after next, but tell that to a innovative cop in suburban atlanta who did what he could to stay cool. take a look at this contraption. also in minneapolis where it was 103 degrees, air conditioner repair shops cannot believe the sudden surge in business. and the police officer, very
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interesting how they hook up that contraption, but it's all to keep them cool with the bulletproof vests. and very innovative. >> i would look to sign up for a personal air conditioning unit to follow me around all summer. >> you could use in your car, hook it in. >> i will do whatever it takes. an embarrassment facing congressman anthony weiner after he admitted sending lewd pictures to several women, the question is, and we have asked you on our facebook page, was what he did really cheating? you know, folks make excuses saying it was only online. he made a big point of saying he never physically met any of the women. you got to ask a divorce lawyer, i guess if it is officially cheating. >> we were talking about this. if it is something you wouldn't do maybe with his wife, huma watching, then perhaps it should be considered cheating. >> if i am on my computer and you are looking at me, is that right? >> that might get annoying. later this half-hour, blah, blah, blah, blah, portable video gaming devices. that's what we are talking about. computer nerds are buzzing about the electronic play things just unveiled in los angeles. of course, they mean nothing to me, but that's why daniel is here. you know you just saw
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guy holding what looked like a large controller there, part of the new nintendo wii-u. stop! >> it's pretty cool stuff. >> get out. >> pretty good stuff. >> a little exciting. i will control myself. as we said, it's june 8th. does feel more like august for millions and millions of americans including us. >> that's right, the heat and humidity are at or near dangerous levels, watches, advisories alerts all on today they're posted all over the northeast as well as some of the areas of the midwest. our coverage begins now with steve osunsami. >> reporter: in woodstock, georgia, where it felt like it was nearly 100 degrees -- so you don't carry a sweat rag? >> no. >> reporter: -- sergeant keith smith showed us how in the world he keeps cool wearing a bulletproof vest under his shirt. it is a device called the cool cop, and officers here are attaching it to air-conditioning in their patrol cars and connecting the other end of the hose to a sweet spot underneath the vest. >> because it makes the difference. >> definitely. it makes you, when you are hot,
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even miserable and sweaty, it puts you into -- the mood of -- this is all you can think of. you get in the vehicle and put it into your vest it cools you off. puts you in a better state of mind. >> reporter: someone definitely turned up the heat. the roads were so hot they were had buckling from minnesota to mississippi. and in cincinnati, kansas city, memphis, they were calling this a heat emergency that could last for days. >> the number one priority out here is hydration. >> $89 service fee. >> reporter: at this air conditioning repair shop south of minneapolis the phones never stopped ringing. >> we can't answer the phones fast enough the way it is going right now that saw mid-90s and they joined cities all across the country that saw mid 90s, even 100 degree temperatures. >> it is so hot that the devil stopped me and asked me for a ride, it's just that hot. >> reporter: and the summer is just getting started. steve osunsami, abc news, woodstock, georgia. >> how hot is it? >> it's so hot that -- >> so hot. >> i lived in georgia several years. boy, once it gets started with those temperatures, there is no relief. got to live in the ac.
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cooling centers will be open in the northeast. some students may be sent home early due to the heat. >> our coverage continues with accu-weather meteorologist, jim dickey, good morning, jim. >> thank you, peggy, daniel. the heat arrives in the north northwest in a big way. humidity with it as well. we are expecting widespread 90s. and when you factor in that humidity, feeling warmer. take a look at some of the highs we're expecting across the northeast. 95 in new york city. we are at 90 in syracuse. 98 degrees in the nation's capital. the good news, there is some relief in sight. we will track a cold front moving its way across the nation. here on wednesday it is hung up across the great lakes, down through iowa, bringing severe weather there perhaps later in the day to chicago. you can see we have cooled down quite a bit behind. highs wednesday across the northern plains. 62 in bismarck, pierre, and 90s ahead of it in chicago. again, tracking the cold front. bringing heat relief. with it severe weather moving its way south and eastward across the region. back to you, peggy and daniel. >> thank you, jim. as the relentless missouri river threatens to overflow, communities are working together
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to hold it off and trying to fill 160,000 sandbags in one iowa community yesterday. they expect the flood threat to last for weeks if not months with record amounts of water being released upstream. residents in the southwest are facing the opposite problem. not enough water. now because of the severe drought gripping the region, fourth of july celebrations are going to be dimmed. cities and counties have started banning or reducing sale and use of fireworks. officials are worried a tiny spark could set off a fire. >> thousands of people forced to leave their homes as the dangerous fire in arizona grows ever closer. people started streaming out of the small town of eager yesterday afternoon as flames were spotted on the move. the massive fire, now the second largest in arizona history, is believed to have been started by an unattended campfire. in rhode island what used to be the largest rubber goods factory in the world was a massive inferno. take a look at this, unclear what sparked last night's blaze at the 112-year-old plant. more than 120 firefighters were on the scene. they basically decided to just
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contain the flames and let the pfeiffer burn out itself. one fire fighter was injured. about ten homes evacuated. spectacular sight of another kind, ash plume from a volcano in chile stretching across argentina. the ash was so thick it grounded air travel in the country. some airports will remain closed until sunday. soot is also coating streets and ski slopes in argentina. evacuations are expanding in chile. and now to more shocking revelations in the anthony weiner sexting scandal. this morning's "new york times" reports that weiner waited until 15 minutes before his news conference to tell nancy pelosi what he was about to reveal. >> she wasn't happy about it. instead of discussing resigning, weiner told pelosi he would not step down. mark marusarz has the latest on the congressman's career crisis. good morning, mike. peggy, daniel, after the fireworks we witnessed, anthony weiner was quiet on tuesday, holed up in his district office
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in new york city. anthony weiner is now the focus of a house ethics investigation. but did he break house rules? one of the women he had a relationship with spoke to abc news. >> how often do you talk? >> we talked, i mean, he would instant message me every day. >> reporter: broussard's phone shows she received a two-minute call from weiner's official office in new york may 18th. >> i know congressman weiner, i wish there was some way i can defend him, but i can't. and donald trump posted his thoughts on youtaub. >> the fact is anthony weiner is a bad guy. he's a psycho and when them caught, i wasn't surprised at all. >> reporter: weiner admits to on line relationships with six women for three years. last week, the married congressman accidentally tweeted a picture of his crotch he meant to send to a woman in seattle. his wife is an aide to secretary of state hillary clinton who remarkably weathered her husband's sexual scandal in the 1990s.
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>> i think this is an affair, we talk about emotional affairs, i think this is much more sexual than most emotional affairs and it has all of the damage that a physical affair has without the physicality. >> reporter: the person who broke this story, conservative blogger andrew breitbart says he still has an x-rated picture of anthony weiner that he threatens to release if weiner were to attack him for breaking this story. peggy, daniel? >> boy, everybody has an opinion on this. and we have been asking you for your opinion. >> absolutely. new yorkers have their opinions. anthony weiner talked about as a mayor candidate. at one point. but a poll released last night, found 51% of new yorkers say weiner should remain in office. 30% say he should step down. apparently he has an interest in running for mayor. at one point 56% say he should not run for mayor though. >> he says he has no interest in resigning. he says, he has done nothing that would warrant his resignation. he says, he is not going to do that unless specifically asked
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to. many people are saying this does beg the question of our political leaders, do you expect them to operate at a higher standard. also was this done on time when he was supposed to be working. that sort of thing. >> congressional resources let's move on. le fed chairman ben bernanke is predicting the economy will pick in the second half of all the year. speaking in atlanta, bernanke acknowledged economic growth has been weaker than expected but says recovery will come as gas prices moderate and impact of the crisis in japan eases. okay, and now it is time for our favorite story of the day. there it is. there it is. >> can we do it again. >> one more time. >> our favorite story of the day. >> four are smart. >> a bit early. bizarre crime in florida, talking about a pair of shoplifters who apparently took the advice never let them see you sweat. >> that makes police. >> does it? just a little bit too far. were you heading to a date? >> fort pierce police are looking for two women captured on surveillance video stealing about 75 sticks of deodorant. winn-dixie food market in fort pierce. >> that makes sense.
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>> does it? love deodorants in their purses. were they heading to a date or something? suzy a big baby, of course. >> helen doesn't use a whole stick of deodorant. 75 is a lot. >> sell them on the underground deodorant market. >> how long does it really take to use a stick of deodorant. >> it will last a while. >> time consuming. weighed in at 300 pounds. >> is that all? >> this main activities are eating and swimming. >> can't wait to see what his name will be. kind of fun to name them. >> the decision. we'll be right back with more "world news nows." poor renee, that little baby boy weighed in at about 300 pounds. >> is that all? my, gosh. zookeepers. its main activities are eating and sleeping. a lot of independence for 5
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the national osteoporosis foundation says 10 million women suffer from it. >> finding clues could be as easy as looking in the mirror. here's jim avila. >> reporter: at 62, renee williams peers into her mirror, not out of vanity but to check the strength of her bones. renee doesn't have x-ray vision but she is part of a yale sponsored study of postmenopausal women that contends that just by looking at the wrinkles on the surface of your face, a doctor can see what
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is happening beneath the skin in your bones. >> i'm going to look at the wrinkles in between your eyes. >> reporter: you are kind of lucky, though, right, you don't have any wrinkles. overtanning or cosmetic surgery and botox won't alter the link. the yale study measures natural wrinkles only and says the deeper they are on a scale of one to six, the bigger the chance of bone disease, a direct link between aging skin and aging skeleton. >> they have the same collagen, so when the collagen breaks down and you lose bone density, the collagen in the skin, which we can see, breaks down also and causes wrinkling and other changes in the skin thickness. >> reporter: an important discovery that could eliminate the need for expensive across-the-board bone density testing, which can cost $350 a patient. instead, postmenopausal women between the ages 45 and 58 with heavy wrinkles would be identified as high risk by their doctors with the naked eye. >> it tells them that those people who have a fair amount of
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wrinkles may be ones who also have very low bone density. and might benefit from being treated early. >> reporter: just by looking? >> just by looking at them. >> reporter: vital early treatment because women with osteoporosis suffer most of their bone loss during the first ten years after menopause. jim avila, abc news, new york. >> either the botox is working or you are not a candidate for osteoporosis. >> whoa. you mean your botox that you got. is that what you are saying, daniel? what? interesting they can just sort of take a look and tell what is going on. >> interesting/scary. >> coming up, the physical problems that are sidelining tiger woods. and also a member of the kardashian family who's putting a lot of extra skin into the skinny. you will not believe this. we couldn't believe it. we have it all coming up for you. that is next.
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e ing thing ss perhaps when they shouldn't be. >> intentionally or unintentionally. >> intentionally or unintentionally. >> khloe kardashian was a guest on "fox and friends" on the fox network. there was a bit of a slipup right there. she was wearing this blouse. a slipup. she is there with sister kourtney. because we can't show it without a hefty fining. we are not that kind of show, daniel. apparently she sat there with this exposed situation, a la janet jackson. does that let you know what is going on? for a full minute. nobody said anything. >> nobody knew what to say probably. they were sort of embarrassed. not sure what they were looking at. >> no, they're thinking ratings, awesome. so they let it go for a long time. but then apparently they came up and told her perhaps she is exposing more than she meant to. khloe didn't really seem to mind too much. she tweeted about it afterwards and said no big deal. she wasn't all that roughed up. >> very breezy sort of an outfit. >> yes. >> there has to be a transition between nipple exposure and tiger woods. >> you said nipple. >> anyway, let's talk about how
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he pulled out of the u.s. open. he struggled with some -- an injury to his left leg for quite a while. he's been trying to rehabilitate his medial collateral ligament and a mild strain of his achilles tendon. so he won't be playing in the u.s. open. by the way, 22 tournaments he has not had a win. he slipped to 15th in the world. so clearly his career has taken a bit of a turn for the worse since that whole scandal. >> well, yeah, i was just going to say. let's face it. since the whole scandal, really, came out about he's never been the same. his game has never been the same. he's never been able to bring the elegance and amazing sportsmanship to golf he used to. the whole sport in general has suffered because of it. >> yeah, absolutely. he is a big draw for the tournaments. they love to have him come out. >> absolutely. that's absolutely true. guess who just graduated from high school, which makes us feel old and underaccomplished she has done so much. just graduating from high school and tinseltown. dakota fanning, just getting her diploma after, working her way through, both high school and tinseltown and done a great job of that. she is 17 years old.
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she's been in every movie. worked with every actor. >> including one of the "twilight" movies, if i'm not mistaken. not a big "twilight" fan. she was in one of the twilight movies. >> yes, she was. >> that's right. her family is a group of actors. look at her, this is not recently. >> this was a while ago. she would be very young 17. this is a while ago with barbara walters. she is now a grownup. graduating from high school. we want to say congratulations to her. >> absolutely. now, let's go back to the acting world again with january jones, one of the stars of "mad men" evidently, damon lindeloff one of the co-creators has criticized her acting says she kind of stinks. >> she is not a very good actress. and he is not the only one criticizing. there is damon right there. as you said he's one of the co-creators of "lost." apparently this is sort of a common thought. >> zach galifianakis had said something about this. >> she is not nice. she can act nice. she has been rude. called her out. it was very uncomfortable.
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here's some stories to watch today on abc news. members of opec discuss pressures on the oil industry today. one analyst predicts production may increase to ease prices, some members may call for raising the cost of crude oil. president obama visits a community college in suburban washington, d.c., today to promote his policy for manufacturers. he'll focus on boosting employment at factories. two gop presidential candidates will be in new hampshire today. newt gingrich will screen his new documentary there. rick santorum has a number of campaign stops statewide. and finally today, the story our tech geeks have been waiting for all morning lon. i don't know any tech geeks. owning day of the e3 expo in los angeles is finally here. kind of like christmas. >> it kind of is. a good way to put it. video game companies from around
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the world were on hand for the day's -- the first day's big announcements including what is next for nintendo wii. kabc's rob hayes has a look. and i wish i was there. >> reporter: in video games, speed and agility are assumed. with video gamers -- >> whoo! >> reporter: -- it's not. but when the doors first opened at the electronic entertainment expo, enthusiasm could be the extra "e" to add to e-3 as well as -- >> enormous. >> reporter: and it is enormous. every year the gaming expo swallows up the entire l.a. convention center. the biggest video game companies from around the world, e.a., microsoft, all showing off their latest bells and whistles. >> oh, it's outrageous. there's nothing like e-3. it's just gamers everywhere. everyone coming to do the same thing which is just re-fall in love with games. >> reporter: all the bright lights and big noise don't mean anything without any big announcements, and there certainly was a big announcement from nintendo.
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wii fans get ready to chuck your nunchucks. a new system with a tablet-sized controller is in the works -- it's called the wii-u. >> it functions like a traditional controller but it also has a 6.2-inch screen built right inside of it. >> reporter: outside gaming nintendo says it can serve as a secondary web browser, video chat tool, even acting as a scale so gamers can weigh themselves. >> it will be backward compatible with wii games and certainly wii input devices. >> reporter: nintendo hasn't said how much it will charge for the wii-u. and you will have to wait a wee bit longer before one lands in your living room. nintendo's launch date simply some time after april of next year. >> whoo! rob hayes reporting for abc news. >> you can hardly contain your enthusiasm. for all this. >> that was a lot of enthusiasm. >> did you see the people coming in, dude, dude, dude -- if you are a single woman looking to meet someone, that's where you should go. >> with nintendo stuff it looks silly in the beginning but ends up being pretty cool.
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